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Dec 6, 2013 7:30pm PST
cities that are stressed fiscally so working people are in a moment here that they haven't time.n in a long gwen: is there a disconnect, david, between what michael is talking about in cities like detroit and at mcdonald's restaurants around the country and what we're seeing in the economically? >> i don't think so. i think the tide is rising, but michael's absolutely right that more and more of the goodies are going to people at the top. blankfine, the c.e.o. of goldman sachs, did an interview with "fortune magazine" and he good at country is very creating wealth but not very good at distributing it and i pickinge president was up on something and you can see municipalities raising the gapmum wage, that the between winners and loserrers is uncomfortably large. thing theher president was trying to do to close the gap, going back to the healthcare law. to people who were supposed benefit the most greatly from this are the poor. outno one was saying that loud but that was going to be one of the intended benefits. because of the flawed rollout, that changed? >> well, it's too early
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